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Finalmente qualcosa inizia a chiarirsi nel futuro di Virtual PC

Beh... dopo tutti questi mesi di silenzi... mi piace molto l'ultimo paragrafo, soprattutto per quanto riguarda supporto x64 e miglioramenti nelle performance.

 

Virtual PC futures have been a little quiet in terms of announcements. There will be more shortly, but if you weren't already aware, Virtual PC Express will be out sometime around March next year. Virtual PC Express is a benefit for SA (Software Assurance) customers only, and the release will co-incide with SA 3.0. Virtual PC Express is a fully featured version of Virtual PC 2004, but with the single exception of only being able to run one virtual machine at a time. Other management functions including creating and re-configuring Virtual Machines will be available.

In addition, when Windows Vista Enterprise ships (ie client - not Windows "Longhorn" Server virtualisation), there will be a version of Virtual PC Express which will be validated on Windows Vista, and will include additions optimised for Windows Vista to run as a guest. This version will support x64 hosts, and will include a number of additional performance enhancements.

Fonte: Virtual PC Express and Windows Vista virtualisation

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# re: Finalmente qualcosa inizia a chiarirsi nel futuro di Virtual PC

Hi Lorenzo - there was a mistake in my original post. The version will be for x64 hosts, not x64 guests as I originally wrote with the Windows Vista. Can you amend the text please or cut/paste from my updated post.
Many thanks,
John.
11/20/2005 11:30 AM | John Howard [MSFT]
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